The event is Japan’s only electronic music conference.
October 30, 2017
By Ang Yi An
Tokyo Dance Music Event (TDME) will be returning this November after its first successful debut last December. The event is Japan’s first and only electronic music conference and will be celebrating the pillars of the dance music world – production, performance and club culture in its second edition through a range of panels, workshops, installations, DJ sets and live performances in the district of Shibuya, Tokyo on 30 November – 2 December 2017.
Worldwide exclusive techno pioneer and DJ Jeff Mills will be showcasing his first original ‘Planets’ installation to Tokyo Dance Music Event and use a multitude of speakers to reproduce his latest album which features electronic sounds like ride cymbal or synthesizers which are based on a real orchestra on 30 November and 1 December.
Active sub-labels including “Spinnin’ Deep”, Don Diablo’s “HEXAGON”, Tiësto’s “Musical Freedom”, Oliver Heldens’ “Heldeep Records”, Sander van Doorn’s “DOORN Records”, The Magician’s “Potion” and Blasterjaxx’s “Maxximize” will be participating in ‘Spinnin’ Sessions’, a weekly radioshow and event concept lead by ‘Spinnin’ Records’ on 1 December 2017.
Speakers from across the globe such as Cherie Hu, media and entertainment contributor for “Forbes” from the USA and Benji Rogers, the current CEO of “dotBlockchain Media” will be discussing and debating on various topical panel themes at the event as well.
TDME will be hosting a warm up party at Amsterdam Dance Event this Friday 20 October at Melkweg, with sets from cult Japanese talents DJ NOBU, Satoshi Otsuki and SO.